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Monday, May 20, 2024

Charlie Keohane

Editor at Large

Charlie Keohane ’24 (she/her) is an Editor at Large. She previously served as the SGA Correspondent and a Senior Writer.   

She is an environmental writing major and a psychology minor from Northern California. Outside of academics, Charlie is a Senior Admissions Fellow at the Middlebury Admissions Office. She also is involved with the women’s track team and hosts Witching Hour, a radio show on 91.1 WRMC. In Spring 2023, she studied abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, watching Greta Gerwig movies, polar plunging, sending snail mail, and FaceTiming her rescue dog, Poppy. 

The Setonian

From my archives: Second guessing as a second semester senior

For the past three years, I’ve been hoarding issues of The Campus in my closet. I’ve passed dozens of issues, some with faded ink, from my tiny Gifford room with a slanted ceiling to summer storage units to different corners of Forest Hall. With graduation approaching and limited space in my suitcase, ...


Behind the Label: Vermont Soap

Less than ten minutes away from campus in a solar-powered warehouse, Vermont Soap manufactures dozens of organic personal care products. Vermont Soap has been perfecting and expanding its natural soap products for over thirty years and distributes its goods locally and internationally.  

Arts & Culture

“Don’t Forget Me” is unforgettable

“Don’t Forget Me,” Maggie Rogers’ junior album finds the singer-songwriter moving in a clearer direction than ever, with songs that feel particularly apt for a graduating senior. Composed of just ten tracks, “Don’t Forget Me” is an intimate and introspective album that showcases Rogers’ ...

Arts & Culture

Reel Critic: “Problemista”

In a mere 98 minutes, “Problemista” captured my heart. Comedian Julio Torres wrote, directed and starred in the surrealist comedy film, which follows Alejandro (Torres), an aspiring toy designer from El Salvador. After losing his job, Alejandro is connected to a funky art critic, Elizabeth (Tilda ...

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